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Tag Archives: joy
An interesting blog post on living with poultry and with danger? Do you live braced or brave? I think I live in between. Choosing Brave Over Braced: Living As If My Life Depended on It.
The children in this group retelling of the resurrection are truly inspiring. Enjoy! http://www.storydivine.com/?p=198
Come Lord Jesus, be our Host by Elsie Rempel illust. Joanna G. Pinkerton Come Lord Jesus be our Host helps us stop and take a good look at what we really believe about communion. It guides congregations as they navigate … Continue reading
Singing joyfully in prison surprised me almost as much as seeing a smile on this toe. The toe reminds me of a childhood game, “My grandfather’s big fat toe.” We’d sit in a row, usually on our front steps. The … Continue reading
One of three foci at Faith Forward was on the rhythm of our spiritual lives. Like other rhythm, spiritual rhythm is created out of an intentional and regulated blend of sounds, or activities, and pauses. The spiritual pausing in which … Continue reading
This week’s recommended texts have to do with journeying and blessing. I explored some of these texts with a small, multicultural Mennonite congregation last Sunday. The group included a Colombian refugee, a French Canadian ex-offender who was undergoing chemo, immigrants … Continue reading